From August 1982 through November 1984, X-band downlink (8.4-GHz) system noise temperature measurements were made on the DSN 64-m antennas during tracking periods. Statistics of these noise temperature values are needed by the DSN and by spacecraft mission planners to assess antenna, receiving, and telemetry system needs, present performance, and future performance. These measurements were made using the DSN Mark III precision power monitor noise-adding radiometers located at each station. It is found that for DSS 43 and DSS 63, at the 90% cumulative distribution level, equivalent zenith noise temperature values fall between those presented in the earlier (1977) and present (1983) versions of DSN/Flight Project design documents. Noise temperatures measured for DSS 14 (Goldstone) are higher than those given in existing design documents and this disagreement will be investigated as a diagnostic of possible PPM or receiving system performance problems.